I struggled a little with this one. The cat was too obvious, not to mention uncooperative, so my thoughts turned in other directions.
These cherubs holding up the basin of a fountain in the Allée d'Eau at Versailles look cuddly enough in shape, but not in feel.
Again in Versailles, this statue of a man (or is he a god) with a baby ought to be cuddly, but he doesn't look as though he's used to cuddling a baby. He looks decidedly ill at ease.
But then I remembered Fontainebleau (or Versailles-without-the-crowds) where I saw this amazing collection of cuddly toys.
They weren't just a heap of cuddly toys, but a seat, one of a display of modern and mass-produced furniture that could also be considered art.
My first reaction was, "How wonderful", but then I started to think about what it was for. The toys are hardly the conventional cuddly types apart from the teddy bear which appears to be half-buried by the rest, so was it really intended as a child's seat? With sharks and crocodiles and what may be a python?
I haven't examined the photos carefully yet. How many animals are there?
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